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in oregon. all of the men face up to life in prison if convicted. >>> pope benedict's former butler found guilty today of stealing thousands of vatican documents including some of the pope's private letters alleging corruption within the church. poolo was sentenced to 18 months in prison. he'll begin serving time under house arrest and many expect him to be pardoned by pope benedict. gabriela does not feel like a heave and did what he did out of love for the church. >>> back here at home, metro riders will soon see controversial ads at several stations. the ads from the american freedom defense initiative suggest radical islamists are savages. metro tried to delay putting them up because of the deadly protests in the middle east, but yesterday a judge ruled metro must comply by monday night. the ads displayed at the georgia avenue u street, takoma park and clenmont stations. >>> nearly all of the planes grounded by american airlines by of the seat problems are back in service tonight. american took 48 boeing 757 jets out of service after reports of seats coming loose mid-flight. the airli
could learn his fate this weekend. he was the pope's butler. he admits he stole from the pope, but he says he had a good reason. >> reporter: this was paolo in his coveted role. he was charged with stealing the pope's records and personal documents, like construction contracts. he's admitted taking the documents but testified he doesn't feel guilty of a crime, only betraying the trust of a man he loves like a father. he told prosecutors, seeing evil and corruption everywhere in the chump, i was sure that a shock, even a media one, would have been healthy to bring the church back on the right track. >> he was a known and trusted person, he spoke to many people about many issues of concern that he said they came to him with. >> reporter: on the stand he described talking to the pope. i realized it's easy to manipulate somebody with such enormous decision-making power. he claims to have had no accomplices. there is one other vatican staffer accused of holding documents for gabrieli. but his role was considered minor. he could face four years in prison. but everybody you talk to here full
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